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Andy Sharp Biography


Real Name
Andrew Justin Sharp  
The Lord of the Skies, Mr. All-Star  
Toronto, Ontario, Canada  
March 17th, 1983  
230 lbs.  


Andy Sharp is a homegrown product of the defunct Canadian promotion All-Star Championship Wrestling and left as one of its most decorated stars, holding just about every title available to him, including three reigns as the ACW World Champion (done only by one other man, Alias.) During both times that ACW existed, he was quite possibly its most reliable star, though he was not without his public demons, having an outed addition to painkillers. He eventually cleaned himself up and on an later-released final show of ACW Legends, Andy Sharp ended on top as the ACW World Champion, defeating his long-time rival, The Amazing Gabriel, to win the coveted title.

Depsite ACW doing good business, it simply wasn't enough with money hemorrhaging left and right. Eventually, ACW’s had no choice but to close its own doors. Following a place that Andy called home more than any other fed he'd been a part of, Andy fell into a deep depression and relapsed into old habits, almost ODing on painkillers. After spending most of 2013 getting himself cleaned up, Andy was ashamed of the man that he had become. Hiding from friends, family and any known associations, he decided a change of scenery was needed.

He took himself almost completely off the grid and decided to get away from wrestling for fear of a relapse. He adopted a much more peaceful and almost pacifying personality than the success-driven, win-at-all-costs man he used to be. He cleaned himself up, abstained from drugs and alcohol (but not sex ��" guy has needs after all) and took time to see all the world had to offer. Money he saved up from his time on top was eventually going to run out, so Andy took took to the odd wrestling booking here and there to stay sharp (pun intended) and make some extra money. But soon, one addiction was traded for another. No more drugs, but one booking became two, two became four, and so on. Before Andy knew it, the itch to compete came back in a bad way.

In order to prove to himself that he had completely overcome the demons of his past, he signed up to DEFIANCE wanting to both that he could succeed at the highest levels of the sport and to prove that he will no go away quietly.

...Except for the part where he did for three years thanks to The Sports Entertainment Guild kicking the shit out of him and sending him in a downward spiral of booze, loose women, and taking bookings outside the US.

When The Family Keeling returned to DEFIANCE in late 2018, they recruited the large "Titan of Industry" Uriel Cortez, along with making Andy Sharp the crown jewel, hellbent on revenge for an organization that he feels left him on the outs. 
Other Feds
tSC, SpineBuster Wrestling, Toronto Championship Wrestling, All-Star Championship Wrestling  
Other Fed Titles
ACW Television Champion, Spirit of ACW Championship (x2, first-ever, only man to hold both Spirit and World at same time), ACW World Champion x3. tSC World Champion x2, tSC Tag Team Champion. TCW World Title, TCW HDTV Title, TCW International Title.  
Other Fed Awards
Only man to hold Spirit of ACW and World titles simultaneously.  
Entitled, cocky, reckless prick. Once upon a time, Andy was on top of the world. A former multiple-time World Champion, but one that has seen his share of personal problems, namely with drugs and chasing skirts.

After a spell in DEFIANCE where he was primed for bigger things, an injury at the hands of Mikey Unlikely at DEFCON 2016 sent him into a tailspin. He bounced back to drugs (namely, the weed), bounced around indies and burned bridges left and right, all the while tarnishing his reputation to a Teddy Hart-like level. Still talented as fuck, but needlessly reckless/careless to where all but the most desperate of promoters didn't book him.

Enter The Family Keeling. They know the talented and amazing high-flyer beneath the bitter facade. And they'll help the tarnished diamond known as Andy Sharp regain his shine and get back on top by whatever means possible.

-Fucking crazy athleticism. Can’t stress this enough as this is his main selling point through the years. He should stop with the high-flying crap, but he won’t. He’s miraculously never experienced a major injury doing this style, which is probably why he hasn’t stopped. He's halfway decent on the mat and can handle himself in most striking situations, but the high flying game is where it's at.

-Experienced. He’s 36, but he’s been wrestling for over a decade and a half. He ain’t no wet-behind-the-ears rookie. He’s been around the block, bought the ticket, and knows exactly what he’s doing in between the ropes.

-Don't give a what. He's 36 now and has stopped giving a fuck what you think. A VERY far cry from his days on top as a proud babyface, Sharp won't hesitate to take any opening or committing any crime to win, especially if a title is on the line.
-All about me. If you ain't Thomas Keeling, Junior Keeling or Andy Sharp, then you don't exist. He's out for himself, so he won't be making ANY friends. The definition of lone wolf now.

-Reckless AF. Andy doesn't care about wrestling a certain way. He'll do whatever move he wants to do when he wants to do it. While this can bode well in risk taking, this can backfire if he takes the wrong risk at the wrong time.

-Greedy. Titles are what he's all about. This is all he strives for. If a belt is on the line, he won't hesitate to take risks, which can increase both the chance he lives and dies in the ring. He'll sell his momma up the river for a title. 



"’ll give you that win. It’ll be the last one you ever have."

- Jack Harmen




1. Mikey Unlikely
2. Scott Stevens
3. Gage Blackwood
4. The D
5. Elise Ares


1. Sky High Titans
2. PCP
3. Fuse Bro's
4. Stevens Dynasty
5. Seattle's Best


1. Victor Vacio
2. Levi Cole
3. Nathaniel Eye
4. Flex Kruger
5. Reinhardt Hoffman